Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) – Hands and Wrists
RSI or Repetitive Strain Injury is a breakdown in the interplay between the muscle pairings in the wrist. This breakdown stems from the neck and any pressure or tension from the muscles in the neck can lead to inefficient communication to the muscles of the wrist.
Over-use of particular muscles and joints in the hands and wrists i.e. typing on a computer without stretching or rest can also compound RSI considerably.
As you may know every cell, muscle and receptor in the body is connected. Therefore by helping release muscles in the neck area, BSR will take the pressure off the discs and therefore the compression of the nerves will reduce. This will then help the internal communication down the arms and hands so that the correct and efficient nerve supply can be facilitated to and from the hands and wrists.